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Can you tell a story with just everyday images and situational sounds? Sengupta does it seamlessly.
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
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Buzz about Chiki Sarkar's new venture and a controversial opera in London.
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The first Indian publication to visit Burma to report on the Rohingya, Outlook brings back both sides of story
The Rohingya Of Rakhine
All you wanted to know about the Rohingyas...
Uttam Sengupta
‘There’s No Persecution, Just That Govt Will Not Use Rohingya In Official National Documents’
Maung Maung Ohn, the Chief Minister of Rakhine, Myanmar on the refugee crisis in the Bay of Bengal.
Outlook Interviews Maung Maung Ohn
in the camps
More Die Of Hope
At a Rohingya camp, one sees dejection. Traffickers call, but no escape is in sight.
Dola Mitra
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Not A Kon Tiki Adventure
I understood why Suu Kyi remains silent on the Rohingyas. There seems little hope for them.
Maseeh Rahman
Supercop Julio Ribeiro on the Rohini Salian controversy.
An FIR On The Vigiles
The Rohini Salian revelations and the stain of bias on khaki
Keki N. Daruwalla
investigation: bcci-ipl
A parliamentary report charges BCCI, IPL franchises with violations, Centre with laxity
controversy: ichr
Out go Romila Thapar, Irfan Habib, a host of solid domain specialists. The new panel is more of a who’s-that than a who’s-who of history.
The logic of the PM’s selfie-absorbed campaign is patriarchal
The Insnider
A regular column on the essential buzz
trends: beer drinking
With brews of all shades, the Indian beer aficionado never had it better
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To Get India On Tap
India, with its constant warm climate, is the perfect country for beer.
Karan Bilimoria
economy: policy debate
After Piketty, the IMF does a rethink on inequality and poverty alleviation
business: telecom
Can 4G Reliance Jio change the game again in telecom sector?
business: telecom
A 252-Cr Guarantee To A Firm Worth Less Than 2.5 Cr...
The PAC on the 4G auction in 2010 is to take up the final CAG report. Will Reliance Jio get mired in the alleged collusion scandal in pan-India licences?
Meetu Jain
modelling: bhumika arora
Bhumika Arora, Karnal girl, scorches ramp at fashion’s meccas
in vogue: air purifiers
Air purifiers are in. But do they really work?
20 OUTSPOKEN, outstanding, outlier
Too many investigative stories make the magazine look like a chronicle of negativity.
20 OUTSPOKEN, outstanding, outlier
Why I Love Outlook
It made me re-discover my belief in myself and my music.
Aruna Sairam
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An inspiring photo essay on extraordinary Indian women and Marvel comics' first black Spiderman.
A recalcitrant Bengal under Chinese control, a gallery of grotesques, murder—this futuristic comedy can hurt
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There is no major complication or conflict that would have shaken the novel to life.
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